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Got SC installed 2 weeks ago now getting p0345 codes. Usually after a day of driving. Where is the camshaft position sensor sensor located for bank 2 and what does it look like? Is this always an alternator issue? I just installed the gt500 dual upgrade but got the code before that was done.
 

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I need a higher amp alternator anyway: 2 amps, water pump on SC, dual fuel pumps, magden auto PC, all additional drains. WHere is a good source for alternator?
 

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I need a higher amp alternator anyway: 2 amps, water pump on SC, dual fuel pumps, magden auto PC, all additional drains. WHere is a good source for alternator?
PA makes a good 200 amp alternator. I'd stay away from Powermaster.
 

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I discovered a pattern to the codes. First a CEL with p0345. drives and parks ok. Drives again, whether cleared or not and is ok. When you park it and start it to drive again it immediately failsafes and has about 8 codes. 2 fan codes, multiple throttle related codes. Has done this 3 times in a row now.
 

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I discovered a pattern to the codes. First a CEL with p0345. drives and parks ok. Drives again, whether cleared or not and is ok. When you park it and start it to drive again it immediately failsafes and has about 8 codes. 2 fan codes, multiple throttle related codes. Has done this 3 times in a row now.
Haven't seen that specific pattern. Problem is, the alternator would likely test ok. It's a diode in the alternator that forces the P0340.
 

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Havent seen a p0340. I did check the Cam Sensor and it seems to be plugged in well. But look how close it is to the alternator now. Could that be an issue and how would I block any RF issues?

 

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